Everyday Medicine Woman

Everyday Medicine Woman offers seminars, workshops and retreats to provide women with an intentional community to share, heal and grow. Women participate in “talking circles” and workshops, including the Thirteen Moons series, in an effort to tap into the divine feminine energy and wisdom that exists in every woman. All cultures, including our own, have indigenous roots, and it’s important to remember what we have lost, re balance our natural rhythms and get in touch with our most authentic selves.

These groups are lead by Susan A. Lipshutz, LCSW, who has more than 25 years of experience teaching and practicing integrative psychotherapy. She brings a foundation in Western medicine and indigenous spiritual practices to her work. Previously, she has served as the Director of Behavioral Sciences for the Family Practice Residency Training Programs with the Illinois Masonic Medical Center and West Suburban Hospital.

Today, as a student of crosscultural spiritual practices including Andean wisdomkeepers and Mapuche ceremonialists, Susan integrates the ancient divine feminine wisdom of our grandmothers with her own powerful modern teachings, crafting an easy-to-understand style of empowerment and self-love attuned to the complexities of today’s modern woman.

Because the sacred feminine archetype is always growing and evolving, Susan is dedicated to weaving this understanding into ongoing training, studies and sacred journeys around the globe, as well as in her individual practice in Chicago. She has worked to create intentional communities where healing and evolution can occur at the deepest level, and encourages others to offer their personal change in service of the greater collective. Her passionate work in support of universal divine feminine wisdom teachings, embodying heartfelt love and shared purpose, offers both women and men the realization of an ancient and timeless dream—a dream that we have the privilege and responsibility not only to witness, but also to co-create. She can be reached at 312-787-7077.